Physiotherapy is a health care profession that utilizes physical approaches for the promotion of health, prevention, treatment and management of diseases and disability. Its major role is to address problems with movement, dysfunction and pain arising from neurological, musculoskeletal, respiratory, ageing and chronic disabilities.
We achieve these goals through a thorough assessment with a treatment plan that combines education, home exercise programmes and advice with knowledge from our extensive scientific background of human anatomy and physiology.
Physiotherapy is an essential part of recovery and rehabilitation after illness and greatly improves patients’ outcomes. The Physiotherapists help people affected by injury, illness or disability though exercise, movement and manual therapy. Physiotherapists at Memfys Hospital provide complementary care to patients in addition to that received from medical doctors and nurses. The Physiotherapists in Memfys use their knowledge and skills to improve a range of conditions including:
Memfys Hospital has a dedicated Physiotherapy centre in the newly opened building with ambitions to further expand these services. Our services include:
Our services are inevitable in so many conditions in both premorbid and morbid condition in acute and chronic cases, cardio-respiratory dysfunction, nerve related, trauma, palliative and geriatric care.
The hospital’s physiotherapists work with the multi-disciplinary team of healthcare providers to provide a holistic care that is particular to our patients’ goals. We perform thorough assessments and design individualised treatment plans that may optimise recovery and hence add quality to life.